Egypt, Syria, and Jordan. Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria and the West Bank and East Jerusalem from Jordan, which was home to approximately 800,000 Palestinians. Six thousand Jordanians died and 1,000 Syrians lost their lives. Seven hundred seventy-seven Israelis were killed and 2,811 were wounded. Of all the Arab belligerents, Egypt suff ered the most. Approximately 11,500 Egyptians were killed, and 10,000 were imprisoned. Israel captured the Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip, which contained about half a million Palestinians.1